The Past Lives Of Children


“Children’s Past Lives: How Past Life Memories Affect Your Child” is 371 pages long. One page would have sufficed, and it would have said “they don’t.”

The proof the author gives is that her own son described his own past-life death on a Civil War battlefield, which was “authenticated by an expert historian.” To me, this just says that the author let her son watch the History Channel before it turned into the Trash People Digging Through Trash Channel.

Animal Dildos


I’ve blurred this item, the “Trojan Horse Dildo,” because it’s an 18″ dildo in the shape of a horse’s dick. You can see the uncensored picture on the product listing if that’s your thing. The manufacturer describes it as “life-like”, which raises the question: Did they have to A/B test with a real horse to legally make this claim?

“Trojan Horse” has nice historical connotations, but if you’re buying a horse dildo based on how funny the name is, I’d suggest “Mr. Ed.” There’s also a dog dildo, called “Clifford The Big Red Dog Dong,” which steps it up a notch. But none of these hold a candle to the best animal dildo name of all. I present to you: “Moby’s Dick: Anatomically Correct Whale Dildo.”

What happens when a doctor trips balls for 15 years


What happens when an intelligent, educated man takes high doses of psychedelics for fifteen straight years? Let’s start with “Two Human Species Exist: Their Hybrids Are Dyslexics, Homosexuals, Pedophiles, and Schizophrenics,” because then you’ll immediately understand why I was interested in Bruce Eldine Morton, Ph.D. This is clearly a nutcase book, and its premise, which is that left-brained and right-brained people are two separate human species, doesn’t even need to be specifically discredited. Research within the past few years has shown there is no “handedness” in brains, and that simple correlations of artistic or logical behavior with a particular side of the brain are not possible.

Dr. Bruce earned his Ph.D. in 1965, and completed his postdoctoral work at MIT and Harvard later in the 1960s. He worked professionally at several universities until his retirement in 1995. He clearly had his shit together, to some degree, to be able to do this. It wasn’t until I found his 2013 book “Psychedelic Visions From The Teacher” that I figured out how he came to the conclusion that homosexuals are from right-brained men having children with left-brained women: He tripped balls for 15 years straight. The description of the book describes how he “used psychedelic compounds to explore inner space” for fifteen years, which is also just about exactly the time period between when he retired and when he published this latest book.

It’s true that psychedelic experiences can give you a new perspective on life. But it’s also true that heavy use of serotonin receptor agonists, a class of drugs that encompasses nearly every known psychedelic compound, can permanently alter or diminish the brain’s cognitive ability. It’s not hard to imagine that fifteen years of constant use of illegal mental-powder has at least some chance of wrecking your ability to live in reality.

Or, as Dr. Bruce would put it, “Neuroreality: A Scientific Religion To Restore Meaning, Or How 7 Brain Elements Create 7 Minds And 7 Realities, Discoverer Of Triadism, Familial Polarity Galactic Big Bang Engines And The xDARP”, which also happens to be the title of his 2011 book.

Almost A Sega Genesis


The AtGames “Sega Genesis Console” has 80 built-in games and two wireless controllers for $49.99. Unfortunately, half of the built-in games are homebrew, and only the other 40 are original Genesis titles. And the remotes aren’t bluetooth like modern wireless controllers, they’re infrared, so you have to point them at the box for them to work.

On top of all that, according to the reviews, the emulator inside doesn’t completely work, so the built-in games don’t work like they should, and if you plug in a cartridge, that won’t work either.

The good news is that if you have a modern console, you don’t have to buy this piece of trash – you can get a used copy of “Genesis Collection” for your 360/PS3 for about $10 used.  

Keep Calm


I’ve touched on the “Keep Calm” thing before, but I couldn’t bear the possibility of not sharing this retractable dog leash with anyone. Or this miserably-photoshopped $50 “Keep Calm And Walk The Dog” pillow, that’s made by a different company than the dog leash. Or the $13 “Keep Calm And Quilt On” electrical-outlet cover, where all of the text is gone because it was in the same spot as the outlet holes. Or the flat-image-photoshopped-on-a-round-cup “Keep Calm And Let Me Do Your Makeup” thermos, which also hilariously claims that it’s their trademarked slogan. Buddy, you couldn’t use the warp tool to curve that shit around the thermos, I don’t think you’re out there trademarking anything.  

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